There is no question that being involved in service is an important part of life at Legacy. We encourage students to serve, provide opportunities through secondary Homerooms to serve together, and do service projects in elementary classrooms.
On Friday October 12, 2012 students set out to do many different and wonderful things to service others. Part of the value of service learning is the learning part of the day. Why are these people in need of our service? What system changes need to take place to eliminate this need? How do we serve humbly? Having the ability to serve is a gift from God and we want our students to gratefully accept that gift and serve others.
Art – Students working on pieces in the classroom
Kindergarten – Amy Mulvihill in to talk about her service work/missionary experience in Haiti
2nd Grade – Earning money to send to Hope Medical Center in Africa
3rd & 4th Grade – Learning about Operation Christmas Child
5th Grade – Went to the Farmstead
6th Grade - Feed My Starving Children
8th Grade – Raked leaves for elderly and disabled citizens
9th Grade – Global Health Ministries in Fridley – packed are going to Zimbabwe
9th Grade - Second Chance Youth Ranch in Ramsey, MN